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Re: st: Graph with Panel Data

From   Nirina F <>
Subject   Re: st: Graph with Panel Data
Date   Fri, 21 Feb 2014 13:40:30 -0500

Hi, Did this email go through? Could anyone please help?

On Fri, Feb 21, 2014 at 10:15 AM, Nirina F <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Sorry if I am sending this twice but I had an issue with my email.
> I have panel data and I am trying to graph the following.
> I have 120 countries and 40 years of data. Then I have a list of
> classifications of regions: western, southern etc....
> I also created a variable that groups the years into decades by
> recoding the year.
> I have a list of variables income, consumption that l called xvar in global.
> I collapsed the data by Country and decades
> I have another collapse by Country and year ( By the way, is there a
> way to go back to previous data without having to save the new
> collapsed data?)
> I have kept all the classification dummies while doing the collapse.
> I know I could do export my data and do the graphs with excel but
> Stata graphs look neater and beautiful so I was wondering if anyone
> could help.
> "I did read the statahelp but I somehow could not get the output graph
> I would like- My output looked messy"
> 1- I would like to get the sum of the variables xvars by
> classifications(southern)
> 2-I then would like to have a trend by year of the countries southern
> vs. non-southern (since it is a dummy) [I would like to see a solid
> line for southern through years and dotted lines for non-southern]
> 3- I would like to repeat the same graph but instead of by year, by decades.
> 4- I would like to do a stacked bar graph of 5 of my xvars by decades
> by classifications
> 4- I would like to do a stacked bar graph of 5 of my xvars by decades
> for just 4 countries and the graphs are next to each other.
> Thank you so much always for your help.
> Best regards,
> Nina
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